HATCH MEM< ,RY BAY PATL . COLLEGE r PORTICO 1969 BAY PATH JUNIOR COLLEGE Longmeadow, Massachusetts Volume XXII 23146 -~ Wig a jg^fe ~„r ' •-.■■ College is the opening up of an entirely different world. It is acquiring concepts and ideas on subjects which you have never before thought about. :1^' It is discouraging moments when your work seems worthless. It is triumphant moments when your work has paid off. It is learning about others, their families, their friends, their lives. ,<*/♦: s\\*k J9t~ *> . j I "1 J ' J 1 ' 'i ■ '■■.. 5 /? w periods of depression when you want to pack up and leave. It is periods of happiness when you wouldn't change your position for anything. wm i * It is strange places turned familiar ) The Great feil """ ! SI D IfEPi/HDI *i\OR. CLASS OFFICf -UENT COUNCI MEMBERS I r— wB^mamsmm | ■»•£.-* ■ /? is a time which will never be forgotten. f tf»St «» *->a ■■ ■ 1 1 Ull 1 1 1 1 cp- i S ■ ■■ f* m ■ PI t.ji * S ■■, ni, ■ - ] ■, , * i 1 MM n II ■*■«• ll ' I ■■ ■ UK :| ■ m ■I, PORTICO '69 Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Bishop Literary Editor Jill Benton Layout Editor Beverly Jezek Photography Editor Carolyn Deacy Production Editor Linda Nelson TABLE OF CONTENTS Activities 10 Dedication 34 Administration and Faculty 37 Message from the President 38 The Class of 1970 57 Clubs and Organizations 71 The Class of 1969 89 Senior Index 142 ADMISSIONS WESfHAU A FRIENDLY HELLO AND A HANDSHAKE One of the first activities of the year was the welcoming tea held for the incoming juniors on Sunday afternoon, September 22, in West Hall dining room. The re- ceiving line included Dean Jeanette T. Wright, Dean Marcia H. Conrad, and Mrs. Douglas D. Perkins. Seniors as- sisted with the serving. 10 mi As a symbol of their academic achievement, the traditional maroon key was awarded to outstand- ing seniors. At the Honors Convocation, on Sep- tember 25, Thomasina Ferguson was the recipi- ent of the Ruth E. Goss Scholarship; and Bar- bara Burleigh, the recipient of the Alumnae Scholarship for the highest academic average. The guest speaker at the convocation was jour- nalist, Miss Pegge Parker, who spoke on "A Stu- dent Ticket Around the World." THE AWARDING OF THE MAROON KEYS 11 .9v On October 1 classes were cancelled for the traditional Campus Day. Activities began with the rope pull between juniors and seniors. Juniors not only lost the rope pull, but also their beanies. Other events included a picnic lunch, a scavenger hunt, and a student-faculty volleyball game. There were separate thoughts for individual people but, still, it was a day of unity. ■ "■d^WJflr 12 A TUG OF WAR 13 14 COMPETITION AND TIME OUT "** iW *> ! »««ife*., *«■■. "••aaaa* 15 Saturday, October 26, was a special night for senior girls and their fathers. While the mothers were given a buffet in West Hall, fathers and daughters were dining and dancing at Betty's Towne House in Agawam. A special tribute was paid to the fathers, and a few were given prizes. It was the night of their biggest date — with their daughters! 16 ■HH OUR FAVORITE MEN _7-, • *W' *-•» ■£&%, s***^ 17 Each dorm presented its own unique skit for the entertainment of the entire student body on Halloween. Skits were judged by several faculty members who chose South Hall as the winner. Cider and doughnuts were served following the program. SPOOKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT 19 20 SENIOR FUND RAISING DINNER An Italian setting was the choice for the Senior Fund Raising Din- ner. A meal of spaghetti was en- tirely prepared and served by members of the class. Checkered placemats and candles in chianti bottles decorated the tables. Class advisor, Mrs. Muriel Mitchell, gave much assistance, as well as Mr. James Kane and Mr. Irving Conrad. Profits from the dinner went to the Alumnae Scholarship Fund. 21 ^S R'-fti ADMISSION: ONE ORNAMENT TO TRIM THE TREE Awaiting its decoration, the Bay Path Christmas tree was placed in the West Hall dining room. At 7 p.m. on Decem- ber 15 the Trim the Tree Party began. The admission, of course, was one orna- ment; but the reward was fun, caroling, food, and finally — the glistening tree. 22 Mai \ n- A POCKETFUL OF MIRACLES Visiting Springfield's North End Community Center for a benefit Christmas party is one of the Student Council's annual activi- ties. This year the party was held on December 11, and the chil- dren received their gifts from their own special Santa. 23 B 24 THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS THE CHRISTMAS FORMAL Saturday evening, December 14, the Junior Class presented the annual Christmas Formal at the Longmeadow Community House. A program of Christmas songs was provided by the Key- notes. Concluding the evening was a midnight buffet in West Hall. 25 CANDLES IN THE DARK On December 5, the college ob- served the traditional Service of Lights, sponsored by the Round Table, in Mills Theatre. Rev. Clarke B. Schaaf, our Protestant chaplain, presented a meditation entitled "Behold Your God!", and the combined efforts of the Glee Club and the Keynotes pre- sented a medley of Christmas music. The processional of the Glee Club and the recessional of the audience were marked by the carrying of lighted candles. ■ X ' - \\ 4t\ 26 CHRISTMAS BANQUET The Christmas Banquet, held on Mon- day, December 16, was a special event for students and faculty. The Keynotes entertained with Christmas selections and led us all in caroling. Gifts were given to Miss Vaill and Chef Brill in appreciation. 27 Dr. Harlan Hatcher — "Urban Crisis" COLLOQUIUM '69 Miss Jeanne Lowe — "Urban Crisis" One of the most important academic activities is the all-day, mid-year colloquium at which guest speak- ers present a current problem or event for discussion. This year's topic was "The Urban Crisis in Our Cities." with guest speakers, Miss Jeanne Lowe, author and senior editor of McCall's Magazine, and Dr. Harlan Hatcher, author, former president of the University of Michigan, and cultural historian. Students and faculty members met in small groups after the program to raise questions which were edited and posed to the speakers by Mr. John Foster, instructor in Behavioral Sciences, who moderated the question and answer period following. 28 The purpose of the convoca- tion series is cultural and intellec- tual enrichment for students. Speakers and entertainers in the arts are invited to the campus for the convocation programs. Topics include current social and politi- cal problems, musical entertain- ment, and challenging philosophi- cal questions. Miss Caroline Bird — "Vocational Discrimination against Women" CONVOCATION SERIES Miss Pegge Parker — September 25 Mr. M. Lewis Spratlan, Jr. — October 23 Mr. Jack Litten — November 20 Captain Robert Meffen — February 26 Miss Caroline Bird — March 12 Dr. Arthur Dorsch — April 16 Dr. David Weinland — May 7 Mr. Jack Litten, tenor 29 c t t * % C £, r a a a Q o a a a a tt ^ JUNIOR FUND RAISING DINNER 30 few i :i ^wprn iWUf^^"^' mmmmmm ^^ 1 ^^^^^^ This year the junior class with the help of their class advisor, Miss Frances A. Mikuszewski, held a pancake supper to raise money for the class treasury. The supper took place on February 16 in West Hall dining room. 31 THE QUEEN AND HER COURT i Back Row: Penelope Repp, Josephine Pugliara, Joan Hendrickson, Holly Branch, Cynthia Lavin; Front Row: Candice Tedder, Maureen O'Brien, Anne Blanchfield. Each year the queen, a senior chosen for her poise, character, beauty, academic standing, and contributions to her class, reigns at the Spring Formal attended by the members of her court. Our queen, Maureen O'Brien, was elected on Febru- ary 19. Members of her court were sen- iors — Anne Blanchfield, Penelope Repp, Candice Tedder; and juniors — Holly Branch, Joan Hendrickson, Cynthia Lavin, and Josephine Pugliara. Queen Maureen O'Brien was chosen by the en- tire student body at a special assembly. Court members were elected by their re- spective classes. 32 QUEEN MAUREEN O'BRIEN 33 ; 34 DEDICATION Dr. Robert W. Gericke is well known by the entire College. He brings to his students a wide background in the social sciences which has been enriched by his extensive education and his many trips to Europe. As a professor of history, he is a master at presenting his field to students. His importance to the college commu- nity is recognized by the positions he holds as Chairman of the Academic Com- mittee, Chairman of the Social Science Department, and Advisor of the Social Science Club. We have grown to know him during our two years here — his distinct appearance, his friendly manner, his keen wit, and his intelligence; he leaves with each of us a certain memory. We, the Class of 1969, dedicate this edition of PORTICO to an educator, a scholar, and a man Dr. Robert W. Gericke 35 Important T&RJico Meeting Tonight (o pM cLen 3 CONTAC 36 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION THOMAS G. CARR Chairman of the Board of Trustees One of the most significant persons behind this college is Thomas G. Carr, whose 24 years of devoted efforts and fore- sight have changed a business school into a fully accredited two-year college for women. His personal contributions can be noticed at a glance; outstanding is our laboratory and classroom building, which is dedicated in his name. The Class of 1969 has benefited from his efforts and in- terests in two capacities: as president during our first year, and as Chairman of the Board of Trustees in our final year. m i •v *#<m.- m ' .(ML." " * !' 11 * t ■ mm i _ _ Providing us with a bridge to knowledge, A path toward truth — these people Sit sometimes behind the scenes, But often in front — to lead, To carry on ideals of critical thinking. 37 A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT The PORTICO reaches you at the conclusion of your Bay Path year. The editors have created an excellent pictorial and written representation of that year — the sorrows and joys, the failures and successes, the chal- lenges and achievements — all a part of your commit- ment to college. In the years ahead I hope this POR- TICO can recapture for you the significance of this experience. In deciding upon a college education you have ac- cepted a two-edged sword. While college may help open the door to further opportunity, personal growth and individual happiness, it should also challenge each of you to accept responsibility for recognizing and act- ing upon the needs of our society. As the result of your very presence here you shall henceforth be ex- pected to share a greater responsibility for the solution of all sorts of problems. Our national commitment to higher education is predicated upon this response. We live in a world where technology has made yes- terday's dreams into today's realities that will be to- morrow's commonplace. At the same time it is a world in which man's inhumanity to man is all too apparent. Thus the need for love, compassion and understanding has never been greater. If you leave college lacking the capacity for these vital qualities, your ability to per- form and your realization of happiness will fall short of the mark. Bay Path's success is ultimately measured in terms of the impact which you, its alumnae, make upon the world. Your tangible accomplishments here will quickly fade in our eyes and yours, but what must not fade is your willingness to "make a difference". If throughout your lives you can sustain a love for beauty, a compassion for the needs of your fellow men, an understanding tolerance for the other person's point of view and an active social conscience dedicated to righting injustice — then your family, teachers and friends can share your joy in a happy life. You have changed during your time at Bay Path, individually and collectively. Bay Path, too, as an in- stitution will be different next September and forever more as a result of your presence and impact. Your involvement in this College is so temporary and transi- tional — yet vital to you, the College and the broader society we all serve. You have made a difference here; I hope we have too. Our best wishes go with you for success and hap- piness in whatever roles you may choose for yourself and your family in the years ahead. Douglas D. Perkins 38 RALPH W. MICKELSON Director of Admissions JOHN E. HESEN Treasurer KLARA K. WENDER Assistant Treasurer 40 ALICE E. BRADLEY Associate Director of Admissions SALAH A. BATRAWI Dean of Instruction Professor; Chairman, Behavorial Science Department JEANETTE T. WRIGHT Dean of the College Vice-President for Academic Affairs ADMINISTRATION I I MARCIA H. CONRAD Dean of Students 41 PHILIP H. CLARKE Associate Professor; Chairman, English Department FACULTY MURIEL J. MITCHELL Associate Professor of English GERALD J. KANE Assistant Professor of English 42 ROBERT W. GERICKE Professor; Chairman, Social Science Department WILLIAM B. WHITHAM Assistant Professor of Social Sciences PAUL C. NORTON Assistant Professor of English s I JOHN P. GAFFNEY Associate Professor of English 43 PEARLE R. PUTNAM Associate Professor of Science CHARLES E. PAGE Instructor; Director of Music FACULTY ARTHUR A. HART Associate Professor; Chairman, Art Department FRANCES M. KOPCINSKI Instructor in Behavioral Sciences \ 44 JOHN M. FOSTER Instructor in Behavioral Sciences ROBERT M. DIXON Associate Professor; Chairman, Science Department 45 ROBERT M. HARRIMAN Instructor in Mathematics FRANCES K. SATTLER Instructor in Secretarial Su&nc& FACULTY SALLY B. MAYBURY Professor of Secretarial Science M. CAREY SMITH Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science 46 • nm y Ty rf/t ERNESTINE McCRILLIS Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science FRANCES DOWNEY Instructor in Secretarial Science MARIE GOULD SEATON Assistant Professor; Chairman, Secretarial Science Department ALICE L. WHITHAM lust rial or in French GEORGE M. NASSAR Instructor in Law LUCILLE WICKERSHAM Assistant Professor; Librarian 48 *. "1 ABEL F. BARRIENTOS Instructor in Spanish FACULTY r I MP J W Ki^B WILFRED D. WRIGHT Associate Professor of Social Sciences BETTY S. HESEN Instructor; Assistant to the Dean of Instruction 49 STAFF FRANCES A. MIKUSZEWSKI Secretary to the Dean of Students; Director of Student Activities ANN SHAY Secretary to the Director of Admissions DEBORAH HUCK Secretary to the Director of Placement KATHER1NE CUNNINGHAM Manager, Bookstore GWENN JONES Admissions Counse lor GRACE M. DIXON Director of Athletic Activities CLAIRE F. SIMAR Registrar 51 EVE BETTIGOLE Social Hostess, West Hall Lounge PATRICK DEASY Learning Laboratory Technician STAFF NORMA E. BINNIG Library Assistant ERNESTINE R. FERNALD Cataloguer SOPHIA S. WATERMAN Library Assistant 52 BERNICE P. VAILL Dietitian EDWARD RICHARDS Chief of Security ELEANOR H. GAY Secretary to the Vice-President for Academic Affairs ELEANOR M. RIORDAN Receptionist 1 RITA B. LA PERLE Clerk-Typist fcjj VIRGINIA MARUCA Secretary to the Chairman of the Board of Trustees 54 MARIAN OWENS Secretary to the President MARIORIE M. LEGER Secretary to the Treasurer BARBARA LEATHEM Bookkeeper MADELINE E. ROBSON Bookkeeper STAFF DELORES C. ENNIS Supervisor of Mailing & Duplicating Department ELEANOR G. FILZPATRICK Clerk-Typist 55 m:*!w®m THELMA ASHLEY Empsall Hall A. LOIS LINDSAY Perkins Hall RESIDENT DIRECTORS RAE FERVER South Hall ALICE RIISKA Bollitm Hall 56 Today you pull in fun, together; Tomorrow, in life, and alone . . . Wait a minute, who greased the rope? 57 Virginia Asara Patricia Northrup Gale Bolsover Susan Lee Candice Hansen Nancy Heroux Ruthanne LeBarron Diane Dubois Janet Vigneault Joanne Lolos Maureen Sullivan Elaine Desrochers Lenora Farina Deborah White Debra Mayville Jennifer Joubert Joanne O'Connell Rita Roberts Susan Triggs Lynn Giard Barbara Riordan Linda Catania Linda Freer ■ Carol Preston Rebecca Ossorio Joanne Cash Janet Schuster Frances Reale Linda Morrison Gertrude McCormac Caren Pappy Lynn McKnight Sue Anderson Elaine DeStafeno Barbara Ludington Lindsay Burnett Cathy Luce Lynn Gorman Patricia MacArdle Susan Hall Deborah Webster Deborah Tumber Marcia Arnold Lillian Baker Ruthellen Higgins Janet Ohlandt Stephanie Barbieri Janet Rothschild Dona Provost Maria Mindell Patricia Hanrahan Thea Katsounakis Aphrodite Cokkinias Janie Kowarsky Christine Bannon i Patricia Sukel Donna Del Santo Kathleen Mclntyre Paulette Nichols Catherine Zien Gail Rock Carelese Purdie Phyllis Williams Carol Giovanelli Nancy Gallagher Barbara Dragon Deborah Smith Nancy Hirsch Paula De Chellis Janet Fondabella 60 Cheryl Daviau Marilyn Hodgdon Nancy Orrizzi Sandra Acquafresca Patricia Fleming Arlene Balvin Lee Wilcox Sheila Burns Corin Mucha Pamela Cokkinias Priscilla Goral Jo Ann Glick Robin Mangs Madeleine Quinn Paula Marshall Susan Shaffer Susan Burger Lynn Yarnell Janis Lovotti Nancy Maziarz Karen Lassy Barbara Martini Bonnie Lovelace Lauren Montagna Elizabeth Marshall Hope Hensler Cathy MacLellan Barbara Preneta Deborah Pike Ruth Jackson Sheila Haskell Marilyn Leach Kathryn Poucher Cheryl Mazzone Ruth Rasmussen Martha Wagner Catherine Breen Coburn Turner Kathleen Michalak Janet Vlachos Sandra Greig Janice Hayward Margaret Shadwell Janet Caldon Marilyn Benson Patricia Cleland Joyce Bailey Donna Swartz Marcia White Jean Sunderland Amy Groverman Janet Smith Ellen Purcell Carolyn Chapman Carole Hackett Gail Lovell ■■*. ■■-- _■' - i -. Joan Hendrickson Kathleen Junior Karen Gates Laura Gordon Virginia Mills Deborah Post Deborah Traxler Patricia Vincent 63 Diane MacDonald Deborah White Susan McNamara Elizabeth Merriman Kathryn Zatarga Judith Howe Maria Orefice Margaret Thayer Viola Wilson Nancy Dunlap Carol Evans Susan Brown Kathleen McCutcheon Josephine Pugliara Robin Wundt Elaine Kalode Ann Kritemeyer Penelope Fox Syd Bloom Kathleen Shaughnessy Carla Gates 64 Doreen Lima Kathleen Zimmer Dale Dubiel Nancy O'Brien Darlene Roberts Kathleen Stanuch Linda Christiana Sally Williams Deborah Driscoll Sharon Leddy Kathryn Bruce Deborah Monier Karen Bock Barbara Howland Jane Cook Joan Allen Heather Colgan Diane Rollins Andrea Scacca Kathleen Abel Carol Wade Susan Dixon Margaretha Donaghue Maribeth Kershaw Elizabeth Nickerson ^ t Nancy Breeder) Maryanne Summer Miriam Carlson Barbara Shipley Norma Dc Carolis Linda Nantais Cynthia Smith (Catherine Prout Helene Lefenfeld Gail Jergensen Sharon Cooper Elaine Fagan Wendie Kehn Elizabeth Ligus Carol Hammes Nancy Lauten Robin-Lynn Wilson Marguerite Timmons Margaret Hull Irene Trakis Joan Zaffino Lynda Williams Marylyn Booth Cynthia Wallace Bernadette Wilga :*-V N*r? Deborah Walker Nancy Corriveau Elizabeth Lasher Dorothy Clark Dawn Ertel Jane O'Connor Katharine Leckie-Ewing Candace Anderson Penny Shairman Gail Schnell Deborah Sullivan Gloria Davis Bonnie Mattson Cynthia Trainer Mary Kaipainen Kerry Stuart Kathleen Czukowski Susan Savelle Sharren Carlson Haruko Mori Linda Heath Nancy Savelle Lucy Plank Paula Rickei c hristina Wisniewsk Orietta Ghezz Catherine Kozak Gloria Bozek Marcia Bunt Joyce Gonet Jean Cassarino Ellen Lawson Cherryl Little Nancy Meegan Barbara Pritchard Charlene Budrius Wendy Smith Dolores Hrysyzen Janice Peck Gail Hobson Linda Baxter Susan Barnard Elise Jones Catherine Schindler Donna Vasas Cathy Leschen Holly Branch w*mmsm 68 Kathleen Griswold Mary Jeanne Talarico Ellen Pohlman Janet Nantais Christina Moore Betsy Abbot Lisette Ayotte Jo-Ann Kranker Patricia DiFabbio Marcy Faiman Linda Lipchus Cynthia Lavin Linda Caswell Deborah Williams Barbara Lohrmann Sheila Milewski 69 70 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS MAROON KEY HONOR SOCIETY Back Row: Carol Small, Joanne Corosa, Nancy Leinbach, Dean Jeanette T. Wright, Jill Benton (president), Beverly Jezek, Laurie Stoecker; Second Row: Nancy West, Elizabeth Gerlach; Kneeling: Ann Nichols, Charleen Houff, Barbara Burleigh, Diane Faselle, Julie Lesik, Beverly Cowgill; Absent from picture: Joyce Allen, Elaine Hebert, Bette Lange, Anne LaRose, Susan Rademaekers Members of this society include those girls who have maintained Dean's List standing for two semesters. They act as hostesses for college functions and assist the Admissions Office by giving tours to prospective students. Once a month, the Society meets with Dean Jeanette T. Wright, advisor, to discuss informally top- ics of their choice with guest speakers. 71 *i.h 1 A Fund Raising Bake Sale Mr. William B. Whitham was the Auctioneer of "Slaves" Josephine Segerstrom, secretary Anne Blanchfield, president 72 STUDENT COUNCIL Standing: Sheila Milewski, Joan Hendrickson, Nancy Bechum, Joan Bernstein, Suzanne Blanchard, Linda Lipchus, Miss Frances Mikuszewski (advisor), Dean Marcia H. Conrad (ad- visor), Dona Provost, Lindsay Burnett, Janina Luczek, Margaret Towner, Janet Vlachos, Kath- leen Michalak, Mary Babbitt; Seated: Penelope Repp, Patricia Lyons, Laurie Stoecker, Josephine Segerstrom (secretary), Anne Blanchfield (president), Gail Porto (vice-president), Melanie Blan- chette, Robin Wundt, Carol Nichols (treasurer); Absent from picture: Deborah Driscoll, Patricia Hanrahan The Student Council, a liaison between the administration and the student body, organizes stu- dent government as well as initi- ates many activities. The 1969 Student Council sponsored the first mixer, a bake sale, a chil- dren's Christmas party, a slave auction, raised funds for Biafra, and encouraged students to write to boys in Viet Nam. Semi- monthly meetings are held to discuss college matters of con- cern to the students. Dean Marcia H. Conrad and Miss Frances A. Mikuszewski advise the Council. A "Slave," the Cashier, and a "Slave Holder' 73 Standing: Dean Marcia H. Conrad (advisor), Cheryl Cushner, Mary Jane Kaar, Maureen O'Brien, Susan Terry, Penelope Repp, Laurie Stoecker, Ann Baldwin, Andrea Spada, Marjorie Hirschland. Carol Bull, Kathleen Stillman. Miss Frances A. Mikuszewski (advisor); Seated: Jill Benton, Emily Dahmer, Josephine Segerstrom, Joanne Harrington, Michele Clancy, Janice Dilk, Evelyn Dwyer, Charleen Houff, Lisbeth Crowell. INTER-RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL The aim of the Committee is to satisfy the wishes of the students concerning the meals that are served. This group of students meets monthly for discussions with Miss Bernice Vaill, dietitian, and Mr. John E. Hesen, Treasurer of the College. The Inter-Residence Hall Council, governing unit for the residence halls, meets once a month. The Council is composed of Resident Assistants and Floor Presi- dents of the dormitories. It is responsible for the revi- sion of dormitory rules and allows for the interaction among the dormitories. Dean Marcia H. Conrad acts as advisor. FOOD COMMITTEE i Q. Standing: Carolyn Deacy, Mr. John E. Hesen (advisor), Cheryl Mazzone, Ruth Rasmussen; Seated: Joan Bernstein (chairman), Ruth Bradford, Sharon Leddy, Deborah Galley, Lisbeth Crowell, Miss Bernice Vaill (dietitian), Mary Ellen Breuler. JUDICIARY BOARD Standing: Judith Herrell, Dean Marcia H. Conrad (advisor), Susan Terry, Joanne Corosa, Beverly Cowgill, Ann Baldwin, Linda Taft, Wendy Smith; Seated: Maureen O'Brien, Andrea Spada, Holly Branch (vice-president), Kathleen Stillman (president), Andrea Scacca (secretary), Barbara Howland, Candace Anderson; Absent from picture: Lauren Montagna, Elizabeth Marshall. A newly formed disciplinary council was tried for the first time this year. The Judiciary Board is composed of elected students from the residence halls and off- campus homes. Offenses which do not warrant admin- istrative action are dealt with by the Board. This pro- vides a constructive learning experience for those in- volved. Dean Marcia H. Conrad advises only when necessary. 75 KEYNOTES Margaret Avery (director), Susan Terry, Janet Ohlandt, Cheryl Cushner, Margaret Hull, Katharine Leckie-Ewing, Carol Bull (president), Candace Anderson. A small group of girls with special vocal talent are selected from the Glee Club to make up the singing ensemble. The members present concerts during the year including performances at the Christmas Formal and Buffet. The Keynotes also sponsor the Inter-Collegiate Song Fest, which was held on March 7 this year. Margaret Avery is the student director of the group. 76 GLEE CLUB Under the direction of Mr. Charles E. Page, girls de- velop their musical ability and perform for the enjoy- ment of others. One such performance was a joint concert with Amherst College Glee Club. Another was the traditional performance at the Service of Lights in a combined effort with the Round Table. 77 ROUND TABLE The choir sinus and candles are lit. The Round Table provides an opportu- nity for students of all faiths to meet and search for a more enlightened outlook on today's problems. Reverend Clarke B. Schaaf, Protestant chaplain of the col- lege, serves as the group advisor with the assistance of Miss Frances A. Mikuszew- ski. Films are often shown to interested students as a basis for discussion. During the Christmas season, the Round Table presents the Service of Lights. Standing: Reverend Clarke B. Schaaf, Joy Hop- kins; Seated: Patricia Lyons, Miss Frances A. Mikuszewski (advisor). Our own special candles I The Newman Club is a Catholic-affiliated group of students meeting on the second Tuesday of every month to provide for its members intellectual stimu- lation in spiritual matters. The club officers, with the help of Mrs. Marie G. Seaton, advisor, decide on guest speakers whom the group invites to initiate discussions and to intro- duce the spirit of religion into the college commu- nity. An idea from Father Joyce NEWMAN CLUB Back Row: Patricia Fleming, Claire Mills, Mary Jane Kaar, Anne Drescher; Middle Row: Mary Babbitt (president), Mrs. Marie G. Seaton (ad- visor), Helen Vennard (secretary); Bottom Row: Patricia Vincent (vice-president), Kathleen Junior (treasurer); Jane O'Connor. 79 DRAMA CLUB The Drama Club, open to all students interested in theater arts, presents one play each year under the direction of Mr. John P. Gaffney, club advisor. "Twelve Angry Women" was this year's choice. The club also saw several live performances at Stage/West. Back Row: Carol Nichols (president), Christina Moore (treasurer); Middle Row: Christine Sic (vice-president), Elizabeth Ligus, Virginia Asara, Sandra Acquafresca, Arlene Balvin; Front Row: Deborah Smith, Janet Fondabella, Gail Hobson, Kathleen Bemben, Mr. John P. Gaffney (advisor). 80 SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB The function of this club is to present to the students problems with which we are confronted in our present-day society and to interest them in bringing about solutions. Dr. Robert W. Gericke, advisor, works with Patricia Lyons, president, to present enlightening discussions. Special attention this year was focused on the presidential cam- paign. The club also sponsors one of the college mixers each year. Patricia Lyons, (president); Dr. Rob- ert W. Gericke, (advisor). Susan Pinch, Donna Bimler, Marilyn Williams, Dee Raue, Stephanie Dusick, Anne Blanch- field. Judith Heirell, Maureen O'Brien (president), Linda Furman, Nancy Wolf. OUTING CLUB Tuesday nights at Mt. Tom. One of the major sources for athletic activity is the Outing Club which sponsors such events as mountain climbing at Mt. Monadnock and skiing trips to Mt. Tom. Initiated this year was the use of the tennis court as a skating rink for the enjoyment of all students. The club also sponsored a mixer at the Community House. 82 BOOTS AND SADDLE CLUB Each week the Martin's School of Horsemanship in Somers, Connecticut, pro- vides instruction in equita- tion at all levels for inter- ested students. Instructors are Mr. Martin and his as- sistants, Mrs. Boerchmann and Mr. Dunican. Theresa Dunican, Jean MacKenzie, Patricia Hanrahan, Janet Nantais, Virginia Freeman, Linda Nantais, Charlene Lynch, Ann McDermott, Christine Murtaugh. The Athletic Council is responsible for initiating athletic ac- tivities which are requested by the student body. The Coun- cil works closely with Mrs. Grace M. Dixon, Athletic Direc- tor, in organizing such sports as volleyball, archery, bowl- ing, tennis, softball, fencing, and swimming. This year Maroon and White teams were formed for competition within the student body. ATHLETIC COUNCIL Dee Raue, Linda Nelson, Deborah Galley, Ruth Bradford (chairman). 83 Top Row: Carolyn Deacy Mi Arthur A. Hart, advisor Jill Benton Middle Row: Linda Nelson Sandra Janssen Anne Poirier Linda Taft Susan Lee Joan Allen Suzanne Blanchard Elizabeth Gerlach Beverly Jezek Bottom Row: Leontine Hart Wendy Booth Sharon Cooper Virginia Freeman Judith Herrell On Floor: Cynthia Bishop PORTICO STAFF The yearbook staff is one of the first groups to organ- ize in the fall and one of the last to dissolve in the spring. All staffs — photography, layout, literary, and production — work together devoting many hours weekly, including weekends, to produce a yearbook representative of the year and its events. This year the staff was coordinated by Cynthia Bishop, Editor-in- Chief, with the support and helpful guidance of Mr. Arthur A. Hart. 84 Carolyn Deacy, photography editor Jill Benton, literary editor Beverly Jezek, layout editor Cynthia Bishop, editor-in-chief Linda Nelson, production editor DORMITORY OFFICERS AND RESIDENT ASSISTANTS These students are responsible for revising and enforcing the rules of the Inter-Residence Hall Council and for planning special activities in the dorms. They help in making the dorm func- tion smoothly, assisting the house directors as well as the students. PERKINS HALL Carol Bull, resident assistant Linda Christiana, secretary-treasurer Margaret Avery, fire marshal Joanne Corosa, president SOUTH HALL Maureen O'Brien, president; Michele Clancy, resident assistant; Penelope Repp, head resident assistant; Carolyn Deacy, fire marshall; Susan Barnard, vice-president; Lisbeth Crowell, resi- dent assistant; Marilyn Williams, resident assistant 86 EMPSALL HALL Josephine Pugliara, vice-president Mary Jane Kaar, resident assistant Andrea Spada, president Robin Wundt, secretary-treasurer Ellen Reynolds, social chairman Kathleen McCutcheon, assistant social chairman Jane Plodzik, alternate resident assistant and fire marshal BOLLUM HALL Ann Nichols, alternate resident assistant; Josephine Segerstrom, resident assistant; Patricia Lyons, alternate resident assistant; Lindsay Burnett, vice-president; Charleen Houff, resident assistant; Joanne Harrington, resident assistant; Valerie Evans, alternate resident assistant; Ann Baldwin, president; Laurie Stoecker, head resident assistant; Cheryl Cushner, resident assistant; Kathleen Stillman, alternate resident assistant 87 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS— Standing: Melanie Blanchette (sec- retary), Penelope Repp (treasurer), Mrs. Muriel J. Mitchell (advisor); Seated: Laurie Stoecker (president), Patricia Lyons (vice-president). These girls are elected by their respective classes to lead and direct them in campus activities throughout the year. They direct class meetings and are members of the Student Council. Mrs. Muriel J. Mitchell, the sen- ior class advisor, and Miss Frances A. Mikuszewski, the junior class advisor, assist the officers in coordinat- ing their plans. CLASS OFFICERS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS— Standing: Miss Frances A. Mikuszewksi (advisor), Lindsay Burnett (secretary); Seated: Dona Provost (treasurer), Joan Hendrickson (president). 88 IN APPRECIATION Leaving Bay Path with the Class of 1969 is a devoted faculty member, Mr. Arthur A. Hart. His talent and teaching ability have inspired many Bay Path stu- dents during his fourteen years with the College. Mr. Hart has brought to stu- dents and colleagues a broad frame of reference: an excellent art talent, travels throughout the United States and Eu- rope, and participation in the Long- meadow community. He has contributed immeasurable hours advising PORTICO staffs, serving on the Academic Commit- tee, and directing the Adult Evening Programs. The PORTICO '69 Staff, on behalf of the College, extends our thanks and appreciation to you, Mr. Hart, for many years of outstanding service to Bay Path. " *m ^"m. I THE CLASS OF 1969 SENIORS We wait constantly in lines now — For mail, for courses, for meals, For Friday afternoons . . . Lines are everywhere, but next year Where will they lead? 89 EVELYN MARIE DWYER Hamden, Connecticut Executive Secretarial VIRGINIA RUTH FREEMAN Bath, Maine Liberal Arts MARY L. BABBITT Simsbury, Connecticut Liberal Arts 90 CAROL ANN SMALL Springfield, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial LAUREN SUE NIELSEN Lexington, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching DALE ANNE MICHAELS Woodbury, Connecticut Liberal Arts KATHY ELLEN LORD Madison, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 91 JUDITH ANN MILNE Longmeadow, Massachusetts Liberal Arts CHERYL GAYE CUSHNER West Hartford, Connecticut Liberal Arts JANE MARGARET PLODZIK East Hartford, Connecticut Liberal Arts 92 LAURI ST. JOHN Manchester, Connecticut Executive Secretarial ■-:■•'■■■■.:. tl\. lit!- >""•'■"• '■■ * ^4-M -»-^^* -*--« BRENDA ANN HIGGINS Barrington, Rhode Island Liberal Arts i^NNE ROSEMARIE POIRIER Wadison, Connecticut ixecutive Secretarial PAMELA DROWNE Honeoye Falls, New York Pre-Teaching 93 )•■ BARBARA JOAN HALL East Hartford, Connecticut I Legal Secretarial BETTE PEASE LANGE Springfield, Massachusetts Medical Secretarial LINDA SUE FURMAN Rocky Hill, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 94 r- < DEBORAH NEYHART Fayetteville, New York Liberal Arts ' - * _'- JOANNE ALICE HARRINGTON Wilmington, Delaware Executive Secretarial CHERYL ANN D'ALEO Thompsonville, Connecticut Liberal Arts SUSAN ROWELL Fairfax, Virginia Executive Secretarial 95 VALERIE LYN FREEMAN Hamden, Connecticut Executive Secretarial NANCY LYNN WEST Bristol, Connecticut Executive Secretarial RHEA LINDSTEDT Ashfield, Massachusetts Medical Secretarial t CAROL ANITA HULL East Hartford, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 96 HATCH MEMORIAL LIBRARY BAY PATH JUNIOR COLLEGE SUSAN WHEELER KELLER Clinton, Connecticut Pre-Teaching BEVERLY HICK East Longmeadow, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial PATRICIA LYONS East Brunswick, New Jersey Liberal Arts PAMELA HALE JOHNSON Barrington, Rhode Island Executive Secretarial a 97 MELANIE SUSAN BLANCHETTE Adams, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial CLAIRE DOROTHY MILLS Newington, Connecticut Liberal Arts JOY HOPKINS Schenectady, New York Liberal Arts DIANE BEATTY KEENEY Somers, Connecticut Liberal Arts 98 JANICE MAE GILMAN Springfield, Massachusetts Medical Secretarial LYNNE ELLEN de DOMINICIS Meriden, Connecticut Pre-Teaching MARILYN LEE WILLIAMS Weston, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial 99 BARBARA SCOTT VAUGHAN Thompsonville, Connecticut Medical Secretarial LINDA ELLEN NELSON Huntington, New York Executive Secretarial DIANE MARIE FIORINI West Springfield, Massachusetts Legal Secretarial NANCY LEINBACH Maplewood, New Jersey Liberal Arts fwm ' y ^j"%yv~ NORMA CHARLOTTE CARLSON Springfield, Massachusetts Liberal Arts 100 BEVERLY A. JEZEK Hazardville, Connecticut Executive Secretarial LEONTINE JANE HART Pelham Manor, New York Liberal Arts \ 1 MARGARET TOWNER Great Neck, New York Legal Secretarial CYNTHIA M. RANDALL Woodstock, Connecticut Pre-Teaching 101 IIST SUSAN B. RADEMAEKERS North Wilbraham, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial LAURIE EVELYN STOECKER Basking Ridge, New Jersey Pre-Teaching CAROLYN GRACE DEACY Shawnee Mission, Kansas Liberal Arts JILL MARGARET BENTON Guilford, Connecticut Liberal Arts 102 JANET HELEN RICKUS West Springfield, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial CAROL SUSAN NICHOLS Woonsocket, Rhode Island Medical Secretarial KAREN ANN KIELBASA Longmeadow, Massachusetts Liberal Arts LINDA HELEN MOODY Hazardville, Connecticut Liberal Arts 103 ANNE ELIZABETH BLANCHFIELD Manchester, Connecticut ^ Pre-Teaching SHERRY LYNN HURLEY West-Long-Branch, New Jersey Liberal Arts 4 ■ CANDICE REED TEDDER Salisbury, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 104 MARY JANE KAAR Warren Township, New Jersey Medical Secretarial JUDITH ANN HERRELL Bristol, Connecticut Legal Secretarial MARY ELLEN BREULER North Haven, Connecticut Pre-Teaching JUDY SNOOK Wichita, Kansas Executive Secretarial £Vj^» |j* ^%\\ 105 JUDY HOBBS West Hartford, Connecticut Legal Secretarial JOLENA LONGO Longmeadow, Massachusetts Legal Secretarial SUSAN L. TERRY East Hartford, Connecticut Medical Secretarial 106 ANNE L. WITKOP Springfield, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching JOAN A. RANSOM West Hartford, Connecticut Liberal Arts ANN ELIZABETH GRADY Windsor Locks, Connecticut Executive Secretarial NANCY KAREN SHORT Milford, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 107 "» i^ •,^w* '&}■• 11 | ■ -r* - . '-~- '•* ~ JOYCE MARIE ALLEN West Hartford, Connecticut Liberal Arts ANN LINDA BALDWIN Livingston, New Jersey Pre-Teaching SUSAN ELIZABETH PINCH Quaker Hill, Connecticut Legal Secretarial JANINA LUCZEK Indian Orchard, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching 4, m *Jm~~tr<—^ 108 LISBETH MAY CROWELL Wellfleet, Massachusetts Liberal Arts KATHY ANN FORD Plainville, Connecticut Liberal Arts LORIE LEE HODGE Agawam, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching KAREN ANN POLEK Hazardville, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 4* MARTHA SPEAR ATWOOD Longmeadow, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial CAROLYN ANN SAMPECK Wethersfield, Connecticut Executive Secretarial ^W^ ! ' BARBARA MARY BOWEN Springfield, Massachusetts Medical Secretarial NANCY JANE MANZI Palmer, Massachusetts Liberal Arts / P' tfr ufcsntfj 110 DOLORES VICTORIA BITTER Manchester, Connecticut Executive Secretarial *s MAUREEN ANN SPEARY Peekskill, New York Pre-Teaching SHIRLEY G. PHILLIPS Suffleld, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 111 MARJORIE LEA HIRSCHLAND Wilmington, Delaware Liberal Arts ANN MARIE NICHOLS Pelham Manor, New York Medical Secretarial JANICE WEED Wakefield, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching 112 SANDRA CHERYL JANSSEN Madison, Connecticut Pre-Teaching DEBORAH J. HAWKINS Stratford, Connecticut Medical Secretarial LINDA KROKOV Chicopee, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching PENELOPE J. REPP Upper Montclair, New lersey Liberal Arts 113 7 DRU FRESHER West Hartford, Connecticut Executive Secretarial MARIANNE PARRELLI West Springfield, Massachusetts Legal Secretarial JANE ELIZABETH PAQUET Milford, Connecticut Medical Secretarial MAUREEN JOANN TAFT Holyoke, Massachusetts Liberal Arts 114 1 ^*t"-'^ W'^h CYNTHIA ANN BISHOP Agawam, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial MARY LOU ACQUA East Hartford, Connecticut Liberal Arts ft IOSEPHINE ANNE SEGERSTROM Bedminster, New lersey Executive Secretarial 115 TERRI LEE TATSAPAUGH Canaan, Connecticut Executive Secretarial JOANNE MARIE COROSA Hudson, New Hampshire Liberal Arts CANDACE ANNE HEWETT Weston, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial 116 MAUREEN R. O'BRIEN Waterbury, Connecticut Executive Secretarial JULIE LESIK West Springfield, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial LINDA JEAN TAFT East Hartford, Connecticut Liberal Arts BARBARA ANN FEE East Hartford, Connecticut Liberal Arts I 117 GABRIELLE D. SHARPLESS Marathon, Florida Liberal Arts ELAINE MARIE KAZAN Ludlow, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching KARIN URSULA COMINO Ansonia, Connecticut Executive Secretarial SUSAN ELIZABETH WOICEKOSKI Northampton, Massachusetts Liberal Arts 118 i THERESA ANNE DUNICAN Longmeadow, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial *5f"' " % ' W s V p* W> »•»» # SUSAN JANE LAGERQUIST Manchester, New Hampshire Liberal Arts GAYLE MARILYN ZUMAN West Hartford, Connecticut Medical Secretarial 119 MICHELE TERESA CLANCY Wethersfield, Connecticut Legal Secretarial CHRISTINE ANN SIC Thompsonville, Connecticut Medical Secretarial PATRICIA ANN RAPACKI Thompsonville, Connecticut Executive Secretarial JU^W ^^P^!! V \ m% * CHRISTIANE FISHER Holyoke, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial 120 I V^Mtflliih? DEBORAH FRANCES GALLEY Edgartown, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching DONNA VERNE GARNEAU Fairfield, Connecticut Executive Secretarial DENISE HELENA de VILLEROY Clifton, New Jersey Executive Secretarial 121 KATHY DURRELL Kansas City, Missouri Executive Secretarial ANN HART McDERMOTT Wethersfield, Connecticut Pre-Teaching LYNN CHADWICK GRACELY Fanwood, New Jersey Executive Secretarial 122 CHRISTINE MARY MURTAUGH Lexington, Massachusetts Liberal Arts DEBORAH GROSS Maplewood, New Jersey Pre-Teaching CAROL LYNNE BULL Madison, Connecticut Liberal Arts MARGARET ANN AVERY Charlemont, Massachusetts Liberal Arts 123 DOROTHY GODLEWSKI Bloomfield, Connecticut Executive Secretarial V&tfMMfe. * I FRANCES M. SPRYZENSKI West Springfield, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial JANICE ELIZABETH DILK Swampscott, Massachusetts Liberal Arts DEBORAH JEAN BRYANT Lexington, Massachusetts Liberal Arts 124 GAIL BARBARA ANNE PORTO Wallingford, Connecticut Liberal Arts 1 v MARY MARGARET GAMBLE Springfield, Massachusetts Medical Secretarial JANET VOORHIS Peterborough, New Hampshire Liberal Arts 125 MELISSA ANN O'BRIEN Fayetteville, New York Executive Secretarial BEVERLY ANN COWGILL East Hartford, Connecticut Medical Secretarial PATRICTA RIGA East Longmeadow, Massachusetts Legal Secretarial 126 HELEN GORDON VENNARD Fairfield, Connecticut Legal Secretarial EMILY DAHMER West Simsbury, Connecticut Pre-Teaching DEBORAH MARY MNICH Surfield, Connecticut Executive Secretarial ANNA WIANCKO Gold Beach, Oregon Liberal Arts 1 127 CATHERINE JEFFERY Windsor Locks, Connecticut Pre-Teaching RUTH EDNA BRADFORD Greenwich, Connecticut Pre-Teaching WENDY LOU BOOTH Belmont, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial MARGARETHA ROSALINE BENSCH Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial KATHLEEN STILLMAN Pawcatuck, Connecticut Pre-Teaching DIANE MARIE FASELLE New Britain, Connecticut Legal Secretarial KVi ANNE MARIE LaROSE Indian Orchard, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial 129 CHARLENE LUCILLE LYNCH Torrington, Connecticut Liberal Arts LOIS ANN MONTELEONE Pittsfield, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial V, SHELLEY SEASON Watertown, Connecticut Executive Secretarial NANCY CAROL SMITH Livingston, New Jersey Executive Secretarial 130 JANET SUSAN GUIEL West Springfield, Massachusetts Medical Secretarial JULIE ANN JAMES Feeding Hills, Massachusetts Liberal Arts BARBARA LUNDT BURLEIGH Hudson, New Hampshire Pre-Teaching J» "* m i BARBARA JEAN BOMBACI Middletown, Connecticut Liberal Arts FRANCES CECCH IN 1 Springfield, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial ANNE PIETRAS Groton, Massachusetts Liberal Arts MARJORIE ANN SANTORE Woodbury, Connecticut Medical Secretarial DEBRA JANE WULFF Gladstone, New Jersey Liberal Arts 132 MARTHA FRIEND ROGERS West Springfield, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial VALERIE EVANS Colchester, Connecticut Executive Secretarial KATHY L. McCAVE Agawam, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial SUZANNE MARIE BOURCIER Ludlow, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial 133 DONNA R. B1MLER Enfield, Connecticut liberal Arts CHARLEEN KAY HOUFF Enfield, Connecticut Legal Secretarial THOMASINA FERGUSON Springfield, Massachusetts Pre-Teaching TERESA J. TALBOT Cape Elizabeth, Maine Medical Secretarial 4C! 134 BABETTE BROWN Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey Pre-Teaching ■g LILIAN EVALINA COOK Orange, Connecticut Medical Secretarial r f* f^ FAITH DENISE CORTHOUTS Hartford, Connecticut Liberal Arts ELIZABETH ANN GERLACH Hartford, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 135 k SUZANNE MARIE BLANCHARD Stamford, Connecticut Liberal Arts KATHLEEN ANDERIA ROMANSKI Westfield, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial *.' <TK JUDITH GUNN Sunderland, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial STEPHANIE E. DUSICK Fairfield, Connecticut Liberal Arts 136 NANCY BECHUM Seymour, Connecticut Executive Secretarial ELLEN BARBARA BULLOCK Cheshire, Connecticut Executive Secretarial A h $ MIRIAM DROMMS SACHS Schenectady, New York Liberal Arts MELISSA ANN COOK Fitchburg, Massachusetts Liberal Arts ~~ as 37 AvWM KATHLEEN LOCKHART East Longmeadow, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial RENATE U. BALCK Windsor Locks, Connecticut Pie-Teaching JO ELLEN PIRIE Barre, Vermont Executive Secretarial DEE M. RAUE Norwich, Connecticut Liberal Arts 138 ■1 ~~^ CORRINE ANN CARCANO Torrington, Connecticut Medical Secretarial PATRICIA CAHILL Torrington, Connecticut Executive Secretarial ELAINE ANN HEBERT Chicopee, Massachusetts Executive Secretarial ANNE KATHRYN DRESCHER Syracuse, New York Pre-Teaching 139 NANCY CAMILLE WOLF East Haddam, Connecticut Pre-Teaching MARY HICKEY Windsor, Connecticut Executive Secretarial SUSAN MARIE STARINOVICH Windsor Locks, Connecticut Executive Secretarial THALIA JUNE CHEKOS Wakefield, Massachusetts Liberal Arts 140 SUSAN PATRICIA IERV0L1N0 Thompsonville, Connecticut Pre-Teaching JOAN BERNSTEIN Washington, D.C. Pre-Teaching ELLEN HENRY REYNOLDS Williamsport, Pennsylvania Executive Secretarial ANDREA SPADA Stratford, Connecticut Executive Secretarial 141 SENIOR INDEX Acqua, Mary Lou 115 Allen, Joyce 108 Atwood, Martha 110 Avery, Margaret 123 Babbitt, Mary 90 Balck, Renate 138 Baldwin, Ann 108 Bee hum. Nancy 137 Bensch, Margaretha 128 Benton, Jill 102 Bernstein, Joan 141 Bimler. Donna 134 Bishop, Cynthia 115 Bitter, Dolores Ill Blanchard, Suzanne 136 Blanchette, Melanie 98 Blanchfield, Anne 104 Bombaci, Barbara 131 Booth, Wendy 128 Bourcier, Suzanne 133 Bowen, Barbara 110 Bradford, Ruth 128 Breuler, Mary Ellen 105 Brown, Babette 135 Bryant, Deborah . . 1 24 Bull, Carol 123 Bullock, Ellen 137 Burleigh, Barbara 131 Cahill, Patricia 1 39 Carcano, Corrine 139 Carlson, Norma 100 Cecchini, Frances 132 Chekos, Thalia 140 Clancy, Michele 120 Comino, Karin 118 Cook, Lilian 135 Cook, Melissa 137 Corosa, Joanne 116 Corthouts, Faith 135 Cowgill, Beverly 126 Crowell, Lisbeth 109 Cushner, Cheryl 92 Dahmer, Emily 1 27 D'Aleo, Cheryl 95 Deacy, Carolyn 102 de Dominicis, Lynne 99 de Villeroy, Denise 121 Dilk, Janice 124 Drescher, Anne 139 Drowne, Pamela 93 Dunican, Theresa 119 Durrell, Kathy 122 Dusick, Stephanie 136 Dwyer, Evelyn 90 Evans, Valerie 133 Faselle, Diane 1 29 Fee, Barbara 117 Ferguson. Thomasina 134 Fiorini, Diane 100 Fisher, Christiane 120 Ford, Kathy 109 Freeman, Valerie 96 Freeman, Virginia 90 Fresher, Dm 114 Furman, Linda 94 Galley, Deborah 121 Gamble, Mary 125 Garneau, Donna 121 Gerlach, Elizabeth 135 Gilman, Janice 99 Godlewski, Dorothy 124 Gracely, Lynn 122 Grady, Ann 107 Gross, Deborah 123 Guiel, Janet 131 Gunn, Judith 136 Hall, Barbara 94 Harrington, Joanne 95 Hart, Leontine 101 Hawkins, Deborah 113 Hebert, Elaine 139 Herrell, Judith 105 Hewett, Candace 116 Hick, Beverly 97 Hickey, Mary 140 Higgins, Brenda 93 Hirschland, Marjorie 112 Hobbs, Judy 106 142 mtf*- ^* ■» - ^p Hodge, Lorie 109 Hopkins, Joy 98 Houff, Charleen 134 Hull, Carol 96 Hurley, Sherry 104 Iervolino, Susan 141 James, Julie 131 Janssen, Sandra 113 Jeffery, Catherine 128 Jezek, Beverly 101 Johnson, Pamela 97 Kaar, Mary Jane 105 Kazan, Elaine 118 Keeney, Diane 98 Keller, Susan 97 Kielbasa, Karen 103 Krokov, Linda 113 Lagerquist, Susan 119 Lange, Bette 94 LaRose, Anne 129 Leinbach, Nancy 100 Lesik, Julie 117 Lindstedt, Rhea 96 Lockhart, Kathleen 138 Longo, Jolena 106 Lord, Kathy 91 Luczek, Janina 108 Lynch, Charlene 130 Lyons, Patricia 97 Manzi, Nancy 110 McCave, Kathy 133 McDermott, Ann 122 Michaels, Dale 91 Mills, Claire 98 Milne, Judith 92 Mnich, Deborah 127 Monteleone, Lois 130 Moody, Linda 103 Murtaugh, Christine 123 Nelson, Linda 100 Neyhart, Deborah 94 Nichols, Ann 112 Nichols, Carol 103 Nielsen, Lauren 91 O'Brien, Maureen 117 O'Brien, Melissa 126 Paquet, Jane 114 Parrelli, Marianne 114 Phillips, Shirley Ill Pietras, Anne 132 Pinch, Susan 108 Pirie, Jo Ellen 138 Plodzik, Jane 92 Poirier, Anne 93 Polek, Karen 109 Porto, Gail 125 Rademaekers, Susan 102 Randall, Cynthia 101 Ransom, Joan 107 Rapacki, Patricia 120 Raue, Dee 138 Repp, Penelope 113 Reynolds, Ellen 141 Rickus, Janet 103 Riga, Patricia 126 Rogers, Martha 133 Romanski, Kathleen 136 Rowell, Susan 95 Sachs, Miriam 137 St. John, Lauri 93 Sampeck, Carolyn 110 Santore, Marjorie 132 Segerstrom, Josephine 115 Sharpless, Gabrielle 118 Short, Nancy 107 Sic, Christine 1 20 Slason, Shelley 130 Small, Carol 91 Smith, Nancy 1 30 Snook, Judy 105 Spada, Andrea 141 Speary, Maureen Ill Spryzenski, Frances 124 Starinovich, Susan 140 Stillman, Kathleen 129 Stoecker, Laurie 102 Taft, Linda 117 Taft, Maureen 114 Talbot, Teresa 134 Tatsapaugh, Terri 116 Tedder, Candice 104 Terry, Susan 106 Towner, Margaret 101 Vaughan, Barbara 99 Vennard, Helen 127 Voorhis, Janet 125 Weed, Janice 112 West, Nancy 96 Wiancko, Anna 127 Williams, Marilyn 99 Witkop, Anne 107 Woicekoski, Susan 118 Wolf, Nancy 140 Wulff, Debra 132 Zuman, Gayle 119 143 Our world of sights and sounds Does not end here, Nor do our thoughts of the past; They shine through time, Through years and progress. 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